• Pick a subject that interests you and is relevant.
  • Read, manage records, and keep notes. Never copy and paste content from online sources into a draught of your work.
  • Create a thesis to guide your future research.
  • To gain a clear notion, make a mind map, an outline, or charts.
  • Reread to catch any mistakes.
  • Reconsider your thesis and work to develop each of your primary ideas in a balanced manner.
  • When writing the body, begin with the thesis statement and use the evidence to systematically and logically support it.
  • Make sure your ideas are coherently organized and that your thesis statement is supported by reading and revising them.

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